Our Baby lounger is designed with 360°surrounding bionic uterus design, which gives your baby a more comfortable and safer sleep space and reduces the frequency of waking up and crying during sleep.
Take this Portable baby bed along when you are taking a walk in the park, visiting family and friends or travelling so your little one can feel like home and sleep well wherever you both are. It also works as a co-sleep lounger, creating a safer space for baby to sleep in bed with parents. Use the mobile attachement to give you some free time to have your coffee while baby is playng with the plush toys.
Suitable for babies 0-12 months or 0-18 months for smaller babies. If your baby loves this lounge and wants to sleep in it even after they are 12/18 m.o., simply open the hook-and-eye closure and enjoy sweet sleep as long as possible.
Delivery: within US is FREE
Dimentions: 36*19*9 inches / 155x52x35 mm
Materials: hypoallergenic, mashine-washable, breathable
Age: 0-12 m., 0-18 m. and elder when hook-and-eye closure is opened
Functions: portable crib, co-sleep lounger, newborn bassinet, changing station, baby carrier, roll-preventing barrier, playpen with mobile attachment.
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Are crib mobiles safe?
Yes. Mobiles are a great way to keep baby entertained and can provide visual stimulation.
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing and using a mobile:
- Make sure the mobile is securely attached to the crib and that all of the parts are tight.
- Choose a mobile with bright colors and patterns that will hold baby's attention.
- Do not hang anything too low or within baby's reach, as they could pull it down and choke on the pieces.
- Stop using the mobile when your child can sit up unassisted or climb out of the crib.
How to wind down before bed baby?
Before bed, spend some time winding down with your baby. Turn off the TV and other electronic devices, and spend some time reading or talking.
The body naturally produces a hormone called melatonin when it's dark outside, and melatonin helps promote sleep. Exposure to artificial light (from televisions, computers, or cell phones) in the evening can disrupt the body's natural production of melatonin and make it harder to fall asleep.
So by spending some time without screens before bedtime, you'll help encourage your baby to wind down and get ready for sleep.